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Extra yearly payments allow you to pay interest more quickly, costing you less in the long run and possibly cutting years off of your loan term. A loan calculator can be used to show exactly how much will be saved by adding an extra yearly payment. Some lenders have prepayment penalties and will fine you if your loan is repaid before the specified date. In order to keep from owning unnecessarily, check with your lender to make sure there are no prepayment penalties or to structure extra payments into the loan agreement.

Loan Amortization is the schedule by which your loan will be repaid. This schedule usually has a length or term of 15 or 30 years. Using a loan amortization calculator can give you added information about the amortization process. For instance, a calculator can give you an estimated monthly payment according to your loan amount, term and interest rate. It can also show you figures on how much will be paid monthly, as well as yearly, to your principal and to your interest. Use our loan amortization calculator to learn more about your repayment schedule or apply online to contact up to four lenders about a new loan.

Generally, your loan amortization schedule will show that in the first months or years of repayment, the majority of your monthly payment will be put towards interest. As the years of your term pass by, more and more will go towards principal until by the end of your loan, your payments are as much for principal as they were for interest when repayment began. Understanding payments of principal and interest will keep you from being trapped into a loan with negative amortization. In a loan repayment schedule with negative amortization, monthly payments are set at amount too low to cover the cost of interest. This causes the amount of principal to build. As the years of your term pass by, you will begin to pay more to interest and less to principal, which will cause you to owe more as time goes on instead of less. Negative amortization is not common, but, as it could potentially cause you to default on your loan, you should be careful before agreeing to a loan with a monthly payment that is too good to be true.

 


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